"There's obvious interest from both sides to get a deal done at some point," Wood said Wednesday. "But with a GM change and a big-time free agent at safety that we'd like to get re-signed -- and this is just me speculating myself, this isn't stuff they said -- and rookies, I know I'm not top priority right now. Hopefully we can get a deal done at some point, maybe this summer."
"The Bills brought their first week of OTA practices to a close on Wednesday with their first red zone work of the spring and it was extensive. Counting 7-on-7 and 11-on-11 the offense and defense squared off for more than 40 snaps inside the 20."
Bills Roundup: Wednesday's OTA News and Notes - VIDEO - BuffaloBills.com
"Highlights from Wednesday's OTA workout, Bills sign linebacker Kiko Alonso and Stevie Johnson comments on the new wide receivers the Bills have picked up."
Inside The Bills | Strained back keeping Stevie on the shelf
"I’m getting better," said Johnson. "It’s just frustrating seeing the guys running around, but it’s getting better."
Inside The Bills | Anderson glad to be back practicing
"It was a long, difficult road back to the field for DE Mark Anderson, who needed a pair of surgeries to repair a knee injury that cost him the last 11 games of the 2012 season. Anderson, who is finally back on the practice field, admitted last year was a tough one to endure."
Poll: Who is the most indispensiBill? - Press Coverage | The Buffalo News
C.J. Spiller is getting the lion's share of the votes so far. Who do you think is most indispensable in 2013?
Bills hope Hughes can fill a void - The Buffalo News
"In a perfect Bills world, Williams and Lawson play well and stay healthy, and Hughes contributes as a part-time rusher in passing situations. That’s presuming he builds off last season and wins a roster spot."
AFC East Offseason Stock Watch - AFC East Blog - ESPN
While Robert Woods was showing off at rookie minicamp, the team's guard position is still in a state of flux, says James Walker. He also says we shouldn't underestimate the importance of quality interior linemen. Doug Whaley's stock is on the up, too.
Nix’s legacy with Bills will be debated - Olean Times Herald
"That’s not to say Nix was the second coming of Ozzie Newsome or Trent Baalke, but he also wasn’t a total disaster as general manager ... which is more than you can about the franchise across town."